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Theological reflection : the creation of spiritual power in the information age / Edward O. de Bary.

By: De Bary, Edward O, 1938-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Collegeville, Minn. : Liturgical Press, 2003Description: p. cm.ISBN: 0814651593 (alk. paper).Subject(s): Theology -- MethodologyDDC classification: 230/.01
Contents:
Theological Reflection: What It Is and Why -- The Work of Theological Reflection: Background -- Theological Reflection - Whose Domain? -- Theological Reflection and the People of God -- The Role of Theological Reflection -- Theological Reflection - Rationalized or Relational? -- Theological Reflection: Education in Depth -- Theological Reflection and Educational Methods -- Theological Reflection: An Educational Adventure -- Theological Reflection and the Seminar -- Sources for Theological Reflection -- Methods and Techniques -- Asking Theological Questions -- Guiding Theological Reflections -- The Ethics of Theological Reflection -- Reflection: The Creation of Power in the Information Age.
Review: "Theological reflection has its roots in the works of Bernard Lonergan, David Tracy, James and Evelyn Whitehead, John de Beer, Patricia Killen, Flower Ross, and Charles Winters. It provides a way of learning theology so that participants can develop congruence between life's experience, the world, and the Christian faith. The reflective methods are useful educational tools. Other disciplines may find them useful to enhance the way seminars are organized as learning opportunities to discover meaning."--BOOK JACKET.
List(s) this item appears in: Theological Reflection seminar (KCML interns) - Yvonne Smith
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"A Michael Glazier book."

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Ch. 1. Theological Reflection: What It Is and Why -- Ch. 2. The Work of Theological Reflection: Background -- Ch. 3. Theological Reflection - Whose Domain? -- Ch. 4. Theological Reflection and the People of God -- Ch. 5. The Role of Theological Reflection -- Ch. 6. Theological Reflection - Rationalized or Relational? -- Ch. 7. Theological Reflection: Education in Depth -- Ch. 8. Theological Reflection and Educational Methods -- Ch. 9. Theological Reflection: An Educational Adventure -- Ch. 10. Theological Reflection and the Seminar -- Ch. 11. Sources for Theological Reflection -- Ch. 12. Methods and Techniques -- Ch. 13. Asking Theological Questions -- Ch. 14. Guiding Theological Reflections -- Ch. 15. The Ethics of Theological Reflection -- Ch. 16. Reflection: The Creation of Power in the Information Age.

"Theological reflection has its roots in the works of Bernard Lonergan, David Tracy, James and Evelyn Whitehead, John de Beer, Patricia Killen, Flower Ross, and Charles Winters. It provides a way of learning theology so that participants can develop congruence between life's experience, the world, and the Christian faith. The reflective methods are useful educational tools. Other disciplines may find them useful to enhance the way seminars are organized as learning opportunities to discover meaning."--BOOK JACKET.

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